Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networks
Course Code: U3700S
Length: 5 days
Schedule and Registration
This course is not currently scheduled.
This course covers the information needed to provide a consistent, predictable and acceptable level of service provided by both operating system and network services.
Because network managers are often evaluated by the availability and performance of network services, they need to know how to detect and correct network problems before users start calling to report problems or poor performance.
Who Should Attend
Network managers who are experienced in configuring and managing a TCP/IP network and are interested in learning how to troubleshoot network and network service problems.
Students should have the experience and knowledge provided by:
Benefits of Attending this Class
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Describe fundamental network and client server concepts
- Describe how a computer system participates in a TCP/IP network
- Describe troubleshooting techniques
- Troubleshoot a TCP/IP network
- Troubleshoot Local Area Transport (LAT) service
- Troubleshoot Network File System (NFS) server and clients
- Troubleshoot Network Information Services (NIS) name and address services
- Troubleshoot Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND)
- Configure UNIX for network performance
- Networking Overview
- Troubleshooting TCP/IP
- Introducing TCP/IP Protocols
- Troubleshooting BIND
- Troubleshooting NFS
- Troubleshooting NIS
- Improving Network Performance
- Troubleshooting LAT